Explain how we can use the frameworks from our class to better understand domestic policy developments under Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson?

Explain how we can use the frameworks from our class to better understand domestic policy developments under Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson?
Frameworks we discussed:-Neustadt (bargaining and persuasion),-Schlesinger (imperial presidency),-Kernell (going public)-Skowronek (political time),-Grover (political economy / structural theory),-Tichenor (social movements).
To explore this question, please pick one example related to Roosevelt and one example related to Johnson and connect your examples to at least one of the perspectives from earlier readings.
For instance, are there policy outcomes that illustrate Roosevelt’s or Johnson’s skill at bargaining and persuasion or going public? Do you see examples of ongoing checks and balances reflecting how the underlying constitutional framework continued to constrain even a powerful president like FDR? Are there ways that Tichenor’s focus on social movements or Grover’s focus on business power might help us understand how context shaped key policies under Johnson? How could we relate Johnson to ‘political time’, and what does this mean for how we understand the domestic policies that were enacted while they were in office?